via Rebecca Manring and Sara Hansen, edited
The Virtual NSLI-Y program, a program of the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs, that introduces U.S. high school students to languages critical to U.S. national security, is a 10-week, beginner-level foreign language and culture experience, in line with the ACTFL World Readiness Standards, that will also introduce participants to the people and culture of places where the target language is spoken.
Virtual NSLI-Y 2021-22 programs will take place this cycle in Fall 2021 (Sept – Nov) and Winter 2022 (Jan – Mar), and we will be hiring teachers of Arabic, Chinese (Mandarin), Hindi, Korean, Russian, and Turkish.
Though we have many teacher applicants for certain languages, we are in need of additional teacher applicants for Hindi in particular, and to a lesser extent Korean, Turkish, Russian, and Mandarin Chinese as well. The application for the 2021-22 Virtual NSLI-Y Language Teacher position can be found here.
You can find additional information about the program in the flyer attached, at our website (linked above), and I am very happy to answer any questions that may come up as well.
Program Officer, Enrichment
National Security Language Initiative for Youth (NSLI-Y)
1828 L Street N.W., Suite 1200
Washington, D.C. 20036
202.833.7522 ext. 125